Christine Black went to Wellsville last Monday to be with her son, Ben Black, and his family to celebrate his birthday. She took him a birthday cake.
The Jaunty Jarbalonians red hat group went on Saturday to the 24-40 Roadside Cafe in Basehor for lunch. Those in attendance were Linda Barry, Lynn Paul, Betty Clark, Jane Turner and her granddaughter, Sydney Turner, and Thamar Barnett.
Guests of Orville and Rosie Oelschlaeger on Saturday were Janice and Amy Oelschlaeger of Lawrence. Gary and Linda Blanton of Highland visited Orville and Rosie on Sunday. They brought dinner and did a lot of odd jobs.
Sydney Turner spent Friday night and Saturday with her grandparents, David and Jane Turner.
Keep in mind the chili and soup supper from 5 to 7 p.m. on Oct. 12 at Jarbalo United Methodist Church. We would like to see you there.
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